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Frank Ettenberg Exhibits

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Frank Ettenberg Exhibits

A painting by Frank Ettenberg (BSDES '66) is featured in the Santa Fe 'Armory Show' Apr. 11 - May 30.

David Turnley: New York Times Interview

On the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, The New York Times interviewed David Turnley on his experience and the photographs he took while covering the events.

Bara Sapir: How Students Can Relax Into Higher Test Scores

Bara Sapir (née Zetter, BFA '91) has co-authored a new book on mastering GMAT, based on the pioneering test prep practices of her company, TestPrepNY.

Keith Ekstam: Visiting Artist Residency

Keith Ekstam (MFA '87) will serve as a Resident Visiting Artist at Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center, Skælskør, Denmark, during the month of June, 2014.

Shiva Ahmadi: Geoffrey Yeh Art Gallery Exhibition

Shiva Ahmadi's work is featured in Artist in Exile: Creativity, Activism, and the Diasporic Experience, on display Apr. 8 through May 3 at Geoffrey Yeh Art Gallery on the campus of St. John’s University in NYC.

Launch: 2014 Senior Exhibition

Exhibitions

Launch: 2014 Senior Exhibition

Launch, the 2014 Stamps School Senior Exhibition, features culminating projects by graduating seniors in all of the school’s exhibition venues. Apr. 18 - May 3.

VISUALIZING DATA: The Art of Information

VISUALIZING DATA, curated by Jeanne Hunter-Moore, features artistic interpretation of signs, symbols and statistical data. Work: Detroit from Mar. 14 - Apr. 25; reception 6 - 9 pm, Mar. 14.

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Rita Lee's (BFA '14) senior thesis project, Eloquence, explores the limitations of language and time, as she embeds sentences in jars of resin, the words carefully crafted on grains of rice.

Yes, that’s right, grains of rice.

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Would you like some tips on how to write on a grain of rice? http://t.co/KDcw31YqQ7 http://t.co/EHrNO362F0 #umicharts

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"What the Tide Brought In" performed by Carisa Bledsoe's last performance is at 8pm tonight in the Duderstadt Video studio! It was absolutely beautiful. #umstamps#seniors#interarts#performance#artschool#umich

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Tonight at 6pm: our galleries open, revealing a year's worth of inquiry, experimentation, making and the formulation of a senior thesis project. Here's...